Townhouse II in Central Copenhagen by Norm Architects

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Townhouse II
Central Copenhagen

“This conversion was a little bit different from the other one we did. Here our clients wanted a completely contemporary white and sleek space. So everything was torn down internally and completely rebuilt.

The main idea with this project was to create a sense of one big space vertically and enlarge the sense of space as much as possible. So everything was done in white and we opened up between the floors all the way by placing a transparent staircase to one side giving a view 9 metres to the ceiling on the top floor once entering the front door. The floors were done in white resin and the whole space only decorated with a few of the favourite things.”

Norm Architects

Yara Khmidan

Acne Studios Awe Sky Blue

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Acne Studios Awe sky blue is a ’50s inspired biker jacket in bonded leather.

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Tone Cabinets by Norm Architects for Zilenzio

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New collection of sound-absorbing cabinets for the Swedish brand Zilenzio.

Designed to absorb certain frequencies of sound where it is needed the most, our new collection of acoustic furniture for Zilenzio was designed to improve sound in the spaces that matters to you the most. Going under the mantra ‘Selling Silence’, Zilenzio works to dampen noise not only in a functional and effective way, but also in an aesthetically pleasing manner, which was one of the primary reasons for this joint venture. Entitled Tone Cabinets, these sound dampening design pieces were made to help built a balanced acoustic environment in the workplace or at home, making it easier to focus and concentrate.

Available in three different sizes, this is our second collaboration with Zilenzio. To see more images of our new collection of sound absorbing cabinets, please head over to our pressroom.

Norm Architects

2ndday Campaign Winter

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2ndday Campaign Winter 2016
Photography Elisabeth Toll
Creative direction Blank Atelier
Art direction Homework
Styling Robert Rydberg
Models Vilma / Mikas & Verna / Nish Management
Hair Karolina Liedberg
Makeup Josefina Zarmen
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Designed by Homework

Ruf Dug at Bar Strelka

Ruf Dug at Bar Strelka

Design by Anna Kulachek

Anja Rubik – Vogue Ukraine February 2017

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Photography by Chris Colls
Model Anja Rubik
Stylist Julie Pelipas
Hair Diego Da Silva
Make-Up Maud Laceppe

Ai Weiwei – Skateboard Decks

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Ai Weiwei
Ai Weiwei skateboard decks designed for The Skateroom

“I think there is a responsibility for any artist to protect freedom of expression.”
– Ai Weiwei

The Skateroom

EMMA – In Search of the Present

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Inspired by Olavi Paavolainen’s essay collection from 1929, the exhibition “In Search of the Present” addresses questions we face in this ever changing world we live in.

“In Search of the Present” is a new visual layer to the black-and-wite identity of EMMA Museum. Like Picasso’s Periodo Azul or Yves Klein’s Epoca Blu the exhibitions is EMMA’s blue period.

The exhibition’s identity is based on a continuous scrolling movement we are surrounded by. The movement can be seen in all of the applications of the identity, either as a cut out text or a physical movement.

The idea of EMMA’s blue period is present through out the identity and the combination of white and blue sets a perfect frame for the art pieces of the exhibition.

Werklig

Anja Rubik – Vogue Paris

Model Anja Rubik in Vogue Paris September 2016, makeup by Thomas de Kluyver

Vogue Paris
September 2016

Model Anja Rubik
Makeup by Thomas de Kluyver
Photography by Ben Hassett

Art Partner

Vogue Paris October 2016 – Glen Luchford

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Vogue Paris
October 2016

Models Anja Rubik and Lexi Boling
Photography by Glen Luchford

Art Partner

Bar Strelka 18.03

Bar Strelka 18.03
Hysteric (AU)
Misha Geleyn

Design by Anna Kulachek

Saint Laurent F/W 2017 Campaign

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Model Anja Rubik
Photography by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin
Style by Alastair McKimm
Hair by Christiaan

Saint Laurent

Joel Meyerowitz – Taking My Time

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Joel Meyerowitz
Taking My Time

With over 650 pages and featuring over 550 images, Taking My Time provides an unprecedented overview and insight into the mind and work of the iconic American photographer Joel Meyerowitz.

Beautifully sequenced and edited with Meyerowitz himself, and including his own personal accounts, this extensive and personal selection charts his complete development as a photographer and creates an unbeatable account of a significant evolution in photography. As an exceptionally diverse and renowned practitioner of his craft, Joel Meyerowitz is best known for pioneering the use of colour photography as an art form, as well as for his witty and subversive ability to capture off-guard moments with humour and affection.

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Custommade by Homework

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Custommade fragrance packaging
Create your own scent with 4 combinable fragrances

Art direction, packaging and bottle design by Homework

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Jenna Llard – Vegas

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Kille Enna Organic Aroma Packaging – Homework

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“Kille recognised her own desire to answer that question, but her history in the culinary arts, working with the raw materials of haute cuisine, prevented her from separating olfaction from gustation, scent from taste. So her desire was for more than the creation of yet another perfume. It had to be no less than capturing a scent for the purpose of tasting it. It had to be the taste of a scent.

The taste of a scent…”

Design by Homework

Jeff Koons – Puppy Vase, 1998

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Puppy Vase, 1998

Jeff Koons plays with ideas of taste, pleasure, celebrity, and commerce. “I believe in advertisement and media completely,” he says. “My art and my personal life are based in it.” Working with seductive commercial materials (such as the high chromium stainless steel of his “Balloon Dog” sculptures or his vinyl “Inflatables”), shifts of scale, and an elaborate studio system involving many technicians, Koons turns banal objects into high art icons. His paintings and sculptures borrow widely from art-historical techniques and styles; although often seen as ironic or tongue-in-cheek, Koons insists his practice is earnest and optimistic. “I’ve always loved Surrealism and Dada and Pop, so I just follow my interests and focus on them,” he says. “When you do that, things become very metaphysical.” The “Banality” series that brought him fame in the 1980s included pseudo-Baroque sculptures of subjects like Michael Jackson with his pet ape, while his monumental topiaries, like the floral Puppy (1992), reference 17th-century French garden design.

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Hiut Denim Co. – High Waist

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Skinny Fit – High Waist

Three centimetres higher in the rise than our normal skinny fit so that the waistband sits just above your hip bone. We’ve tweaked the waist to avoid any gaping. The best choice if you have a curvy shape or find the Stelsby a little too boyish.

Hiut Denim Co.

Corrado Dalcò – GQ Italia

Corrado Dalcò for GQ Italia

Irving Penn – Ginkgo Leaves (New York, 1990), 1990

Irving Penn
Ginkgo Leaves (New York, 1990), 1990
Dye-transfer print
Image/sheet: 22.75 x 19.5 in (57.79 x 49.53 cm)
Edition of 22
Signed, initialed, titled, dated in pencil, Penn/Condé Nast copyright credit reproduction limitation, date, and edition stamps on the verso
Printed 1992

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Acne Studios – Fall Winter 2017

Acne Studios
Fall Winter 2017

Acne Studios

Comme des Garçons – Ready-to-Wear Autumn 2017

Ready-to-Wear Autumn 2017
Comme des Garçons

COMME des GARÇONS

Sam Falls – The Four Seasons Forever

Sam Falls
The Four Seasons Forever

Edition of 800
96 pages
Paperback 28×21 cm
ISBN 978-88-7816-175-7

A new publication on the work of Sam Falls, The Four Seasons Forever, depicts 13 photogram works made by the artist, each pictured before and after its exposure to natural elements, such as sun, wind and rain. The first section of the book shows Falls’s collection of classical music on vinyl, photographed lying on shimmery, silk material. Each record, accompanied by its original cover, serves as “ elief” or “sun catalyst”, in order to create an impression of two geometric shapes (a circle and a square) on silk. Time, chance and accident combine in this series of works, which the artist created on the occasion of a year-long exhibition at Galleria Franco Noero, Turin. The publication includes an extended conversation between the artist and Nicolas Trembley.

Flash Art Books

Jenna Llard – Angel

My Unusual Strange Existence

Flash Art International no. 313 – March / April 2017

Flash Art International no. 313
March – April 2017

Discussing the painting practice of Kerry James Marshall with Hans Ulrich Obrist, fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner cites Marshall’s intention to keep producing images of blackness “so that you’re broadening the spectrum and flooding people with that kind of imagery until it becomes normal.” “I think that’s probably why I’m on this path as well,” she concludes. Her words are central to this issue of Flash Art, which is premised on broadening the spectrum of representation of disenfranchised and marginalized communities and giving voice to creatives emerging out of these groups.

This issue gathers together artists and practitioners concerned with the development of creative languages “for empowerment,” all of whom “weaponize” creativity. In a tacit homage to Lutz Bacher’s interview project “Do You Love Me?” our cover artist Puppies Puppies meets with fellow Los Angeles–based artist Nancy Lupo. To his question, “What do you think about power in my work?” Lupo replies: “We are mutually vulnerable. The project of finding out when and where love begins is irresistible because it allows you to inscribe yourself into something that’s already happening. You get to choose your archetype, although it’s true that archetypes can be vexing, as are readymades.”

Flash Art

Mustafa Hulusi – Exstacy Almond Blossom 8

Mustafa Hulusi (B. 1971)
Exstacy Almond Blossom 8 (L)

Signed, titled and dated ‘MUSTAFA HULUSI EXSTACY ALMOND BLOSSOM 8 (L), 2008 M Hulusi’ (on the overlap of the right part)
Oil on canvas, in two parts
Each: 96 1/8 x 64in. (244 x 162.5cm.)
Painted in 2008

Damien Hirst – Schizophrenogenesis

Damien Hirst – Schizophrenogenesis
Hardback, sealed in foil blister pack
295 x 220 x 40 mm
64pp, 10 gatefolds
Signed book
Limited Edition of 400
ISBN 978-1-906967-84-0
Published by Other Criteria and Paul Stolper

This signed limited edition of Damien Hirst’s publication, Schizophrenogenesis is sealed, like a pill, in a blister pack as shown. Each limited edition purchased comes with a standard edition of the book.

Predominantly based upon the minimalist aesthetic of the medicinal pill, the works in this series were first shown at Paul Stolper Gallery in October 2014 and act as a continuation of Hirst’s life-long investigation into our almost-spiritual relationship with the rigours of science and the pharmaceutical industry.

The book includes all works in this series including ‘The Cure’; thirty silkscreen prints, each depicting a two-colour pill set against vibrant backgrounds of pop-candy colours. Also the series of corresponding sculptural works; fourteen hugely enlarged resin pills, each measuring thirty centimetres long, as well as ten smaller pills, rendered in an array of seductive, immaculate colours. Sculptures of medicine bottles, pharmaceutical boxes, ampoules, syringes, a scalpel, and drug packaging that all play with concepts of scale – the tallest measuring nearly one and a half metres. The editions continue Hirst’s exploration of contemporary belief systems; religion, love, art and medicine.

Hirst explains: “Pills are a brilliant little form, better than any minimalist art. They’re all designed to make you buy them… they come out of flowers, plants, things from the ground, and they make you feel good, you know, to just have a pill, to feel beauty.”

Other Criteria

Proenza Schouler Spring Summer 2017

Proenza Schouler

Jenna Llard – My Unusual Strange Existence

My Unusual Strange Existence

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